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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-30-2007, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
Finally Fixed!

The Brutale 910R just came back from the dealer. They replaced the CDI with the new 3rd Gen CDI. There is no stalling, the Bikes handles SOOOOO much better! I have to say that I couldn't be happier!
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-30-2007, 03:37 PM
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Ben, glad to hear you finally got the bike fixed. Must have been driving you crazy waiting. I'll be down at GP for tyres and minor warranty work later this month.
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post #3 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-30-2007, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
Hey Ali,
Let me know when you're going to be around and we'll go riding.
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post #4 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-30-2007, 07:35 PM
 
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Mine got the same fix and turned out just like yours. What a ride!
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Does anyone know if the 06' 910S would have an updated CDI available to fix the surge? My 910S is still under warranty and is very unpredicable accelerating coming out of corners, despite modding the return springs, etc. The lack of throttle control bothers me and I just can't quite get comfortable riding it, even cautiously.
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Does anyone know if the 06' 910S would have an updated CDI available to fix the surge? My 910S is still under warranty and is very unpredicable accelerating coming out of corners, despite modding the return springs, etc. The lack of throttle control bothers me and I just can't quite get comfortable riding it, even cautiously.
have you, or the dealer, checked that the TPS and CO% are within spec and the throttle bodies sync-ed? This makes a big difference, and apparently not all dealers are meticulous in their delivery set-up.
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Just had my CDI replaced on my 06 and surgeing does not go away!! SORRY TO SAY!! I really don't see a differance other then it hasn't hick up'd and stalled.YET!
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have you, or the dealer, checked that the TPS and CO% are within spec and the throttle bodies sync-ed? This makes a big difference, and apparently not all dealers are meticulous in their delivery set-up.
I am going back and making sure it is done!!
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The surge at mid-rpm steady cruise, corrected with new ECU, is a problem for some Euro3 bikes. The "abrupt" throttle is a function of the fabulous performance and right wrist control. Personally, that is one of the reasons I came back from the test ride with a huge grin and bought the bike.

If you will learn smooth throttle application, abruptness will become an asset rather then a detriment. It IS a Brutale, after all.

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The surge at mid-rpm steady cruise, corrected with new ECU, is a problem for some Euro3 bikes. The "abrupt" throttle is a function of the fabulous performance and right wrist control. Personally, that is one of the reasons I came back from the test ride with a huge grin and bought the bike.

If you will learn smooth throttle application, abruptness will become an asset rather then a detriment. It IS a Brutale, after all.
My problem isn't abruptness of the throttle believe me I have good throttle control. It's the jerking of the engine or surging as other will call it that gets me bunched in the panties!! It's when your between speeds while behind cars on a back road or traffic. I know it has to do with the TPS being off which I thought the shop did when they installed new CDI?? But after talking to mechanic he said nope. So she is going back in and then we will see????
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